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British Home Children were impoverish youngsters between infancy and 18 years of age who were sent to British Colonies by philanthropic groups. British Home Children were sent to Canada between the and the . An overview of the British Home Children World History, Family History, Immigration Au Canada, Orphan Train, British Home, Canadian History, Interesting History, History Facts, Supernatural

The Canadian Encyclopedia

The movement of nationals of one country into another for the purpose of resettlement is central to Canadian history, from the Aboriginal peoples, whose ancestors migrated across the Bering Strait from Asia, to the most recent arrivals.

Life in the Klondike during the gold rush. Packing up Chilkoot Pass. 1898 - Library and Archives Canada / Canadian History, American History, Ruée Vers L'or, Panning For Gold, Saloon, Gold Prospecting, Yukon Gold, Call Of The Wild, Midnight Sun

1890's Trail to the Yukon Goldfields “The Chilkoot Trail is a 33-mile trail through the Coast Mountains that leads from U.S. Alaska to Canadian British Columbia. It was a major route from the coast to the Yukon goldfields in the late 1890s. The trail became obsolete in 1899 when a railway was built.” - Wikipedia

This poster was an example of racist, American propaganda at the time, especially found in western states, to promote Japanese internment camps. The Japanese in America were "liable for penalties" simply for being a Japanese person in the United States. Ontario Curriculum, Social Studies Curriculum, American History Lessons, Canadian History, Japanese American, Asian American, Canadian People, Hong Kong, Canada

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Chinese railway workers in the Century laying track: Chinese Workers, Immigration Railway Train Pictures, Old Pictures, Canadian History, American History, Gandy Dancer, Diorama, Immigration Canada, Le Far West, Train Tracks

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The history of Chinese Canadians began with hard work, commitment and perseverance of the early settlers most of whom originated from Guangdong and Fujian, two coastal provinces of China. The majority of the early settlers were uneducated, unskilled and unmarried men (farmers and laborers). Women did not emigrate at first mostly due to historical tradition and social norms that expected women to be the caretakers of family and ancestral roots.  Although Canada was a prosperous country, the… Photographs Of People, Vintage Photographs, Study History, Family History, Canadian Social Studies, Provinces Of China, Web Design Packages, Early Settler, Canadian History

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Thomas Mapp and family, a group of Black settlers from Amber Valley, Alberta (courtesy Glenbow Pioneer Life, Pioneer Women, Canadian Prairies, Immigration Canada, Mocha, Jim Crow, Canadian History, Western Canada, Native Americans

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First shipload of Doukhobors arrive in Canada - RBCM Archives Canadian History, American History, O Canada, Life Is Hard, My Heritage, Prison, Did You Know, Russia, Religion

In Russia, the Doukhobors had been exiled or sent to prison because they refused to fight for the Czar. They believed it was wrong to kill. The Canadian gov't offered the Doukhobors free land to farm in the Saskatchewan district. They were promised the right to their own religion, and a guarantee that they would not have to serve in the Canadian military.

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The Canadian Encyclopedia

The movement of nationals of one country into another for the purpose of resettlement is central to Canadian history, from the Aboriginal peoples, whose ancestors migrated across the Bering Strait from Asia, to the most recent arrivals.

People thronged the deck after a long transpacific voyage. Immigration officers stared back. It was May and the SS Komagata Maru’s 376 passengers were being denied entry into Canada… Immigration Officer, Royal Canadian Navy, A Hundred Years, Canadian History, Info Canada, Canada Post, Social Studies, Vancouver, Britain

"In 1914 Gurdit Singh, a Sikh leader, hired a ship, the Komagata Maru, to make a non-stop voyage from India to Vancouver. The ship arrived with 376 potential immigrants. Canadian immigration officials would not allow the men to get off the ship. After 2 months of negotiations only 20 men were allowed to stay in Canada. The rest had to remain on the ship, which was escorted back to sea to return to India. This was the first official act of the recently formed Royal Canadian Navy." Deir…

A compilation of statutes of the Dominion of Canada relating in whole or in part to the assignment of duties to officers of customs.e, Chinese Head Tax rules. Tax Rules, Immigration Canada, Canada 150, House Of Commons, Canadian History, Teaching Strategies, Social Studies, Chinese, Advice

A compilation of statutes of the Dominion of Ca...

A compilation of statutes of the Dominion of Canada relating in whole or in part to the assignment of duties to officers of customs : Ottawa : Govt. Print. Bureau, 1893. : Canada. Dept. of Trade and Commerce.